Aging is a complex process that affects all living beings across species, a process impacted by many factors which causes the organism to become highly vulnerable. At the biological level, aging is the outcome of accumulation of a wide range of molecular and cellular damage over time. It can be defined as time-dependant degradation of the physiological function necessary for survival and reproduction. This leads to a gradual drop in physical and mental capacities and increased risk of disease.

You feel on top of the world, but the first signs of aging start to appear. Production of collagen and elastin slows down, making the skin look drier, and the first wrinkles become visible. A change in growth hormone levels can cause cholesterol to increase and it also boosts the likelihood of coronary disease later on. Arteries begin to loose their elasticity, so blood pressure can increase. There is increased incidence of melanoma and polycystic ovaries in women, and also anemia caused by menstrual cycle irregularities. At the age of 25, the amount of bone mass in the skeleton has reached its maximum.

You feel on top of the world, but the first signs of aging start to appear. Production of collagen and elastin slows down, making the skin look drier, and the first wrinkles become visible. A change in growth hormone levels can cause cholesterol to increase and it also boosts the likelihood of coronary disease later on. Arteries begin to loose their elasticity, so blood pressure can increase. There is increased incidence of melanoma and polycystic ovaries in women, and also anemia caused by menstrual cycle irregularities. At the age of 25, the amount of bone mass in the skeleton has reached its maximum.

You start noticing gray hairs as color-producing cells become less active. Due to changed levels of testosterone, men start losing hair and muscles. The chances of women getting pregnant drop by a half, and there is increased incidence of breast and cervix cancer. Bone strength starts dropping and teeth become more vulnerable due to reduced saliva production. Metabolism slows down, which leads to increased cholesterol and predisposition of atherosclerosis, and initial obesity appears, accompanied by a risk of type 2 diabetes in the future.

You start noticing gray hairs as color-producing cells become less active. Due to changed levels of testosterone, men start losing hair and muscles. The chances of women getting pregnant drop by a half, and there is increased incidence of breast and cervix cancer. Bone strength starts dropping and teeth become more vulnerable due to reduced saliva production. Metabolism slows down, which leads to increased cholesterol and predisposition of atherosclerosis, and initial obesity appears, accompanied by a risk of type 2 diabetes in the future.

In this decade, the shape of the entire organism degrades. Up to 10.000 brain cells die every day and muscle mass is reduced to 2% per year. Signs of bone wear begin to appear and osteoporosis and other joint diseases can develop. The risk of cancer increases rapidly. Decreased testosterone levels in men can influence sexual performance. Women entering menopause become susceptible to hormone-related issues: estrogen depletion causes changes in the nervous system, bones, cardiovascular system, and also leads to more wrinkles. The probability of cervix and breast cancer in women and prostate and colon cancer in men increases, and sleep apnea is very common.

In this decade, the shape of the entire organism degrades. Up to 10.000 brain cells die every day and muscle mass is reduced to 2% per year. Signs of bone wear begin to appear and osteoporosis and other joint diseases can develop. The risk of cancer increases rapidly. Decreased testosterone levels in men can influence sexual performance. Women entering menopause become susceptible to hormone-related issues: estrogen depletion causes changes in the nervous system, bones, cardiovascular system, and also leads to more wrinkles. The probability of cervix and breast cancer in women and prostate and colon cancer in men increases, and sleep apnea is very common.

Over time, all cells in the body begin to break down and the functioning of vital organs starts to degrade. The loss of neurons which began 2 decades ago now affects brain function, lowering the ability to memorize and learn. The main cause of death in this decade includes cardiovascular diseases. There is an increased risk of lung cancer for smokers and breast cancer for women. Loss of libido in these years is caused by hormonal misbalance in women and reduced levels of testosterone in men. Loss of collagen leads to very poor skin quality.

Over time, all cells in the body begin to break down and the functioning of vital organs starts to degrade. The loss of neurons which began 2 decades ago now affects brain function, lowering the ability to memorize and learn. The main cause of death in this decade includes cardiovascular diseases. There is an increased risk of lung cancer for smokers and breast cancer for women. Loss of libido in these years is caused by hormonal misbalance in women and reduced levels of testosterone in men. Loss of collagen leads to very poor skin quality.

At this age, all health issues you had during your life show their consequences. The number of chronic diseases increases and more than a third of people in their 60s die from blood system diseases. Degenerative diseases are more frequent and so are cerebrovascular diseases that usually lead to a stroke. Immune system capacities drop, resulting in recurring infections. In their 60s, men usually have urinary problems due to enlarged prostate, and many women suffer from loss of bladder control. Hearing loss is age-related and senses begin to fail, which is why the risk of injuries rises, which is especially dangerous for osteoporosis.

At this age, all health issues you had during your life show their consequences. The number of chronic diseases increases and more than a third of people in their 60s die from blood system diseases. Degenerative diseases are more frequent and so are cerebrovascular diseases that usually lead to a stroke. Immune system capacities drop, resulting in recurring infections. In their 60s, men usually have urinary problems due to enlarged prostate, and many women suffer from loss of bladder control. Hearing loss is age-related and senses begin to fail, which is why the risk of injuries rises, which is especially dangerous for osteoporosis.

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